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DOE Funds Industry-LGS Partnership for Geothermal Research

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded three research projects totaling $672,799 to the Louisiana Geological Survey through industry-university partnerships.

Center for Energy Studies Examines the Economic Importance of the Port of Venice

Timely investment in the Port of Venice could elevate it into a significant world-class offshore oil and gas service port along the Louisiana Gulf Coast, according to a report released by the LSU Center for Energy Studies (CES).

CES Scholarships Awarded

The LSU Center for Energy Studies is pleased to announce the Fall 2009 recipients of the Robert R. Brooksher /LMOGA Scholarship and the first F. Malcolm Hood Scholarship.

Discovery Channel News Cites Louisiana Geological Survey Research

The work of Louisiana Geological Survey research associate Paul Heinrich was recently cited in two Discovery Channel website news articles...

Energy Workshop

Can Louisiana Make a Buck after Climate Change Legislation?
21 August 2009

The Carbon Emissions Continuum: From Production to Consumption

Jones Walker Hosts Carbon Capture Breakfast Briefing
23 July 2009, LSU Energy, Coast & Environment Bldg.

CES Research Note

Econometric modeling of deepwater petroleum exploration and development operations in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico by Wumi Iledare, Professor of Petroleum Economics and Policy Research Click here to view the note directly.

Brooksher Scholarship Recipients Announced

CES awards Brooksher/LMOGA Scholarship to geology junior and senior.

SPE Awards Iledare

The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) has honored Wumi Iledare with SPE Regional Technical Award for Management and Information (Africa).

The Compelling Case for Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV)

A Comprehensive One-Day Workshop for Public and Private Fleet Operators and Clean-Air/Clean-Transportation Policymakers
22 January 2009, Shreveport Convention Center
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Greenhouse Gases Inventory Kicks-Off with Project Advisory Team Meeting

CES Professional-in-Residence Mike McDaniel presented an overview of the Louisiana Economic Development (LED)-supported greenhouse gases (GHG) inventory project to members of the Project Advisory Team (PAT).

Louisiana Oil and Gas Symposium

Baton Rouge Geological Society, Louisiana Geological Survey,
LSU Center for Energy Studies, Louisiana Oil and Gas Association
and Central Gulf PTTC
19 - 20 May 2009
Click here for more information.

Dismukes Testifies before Senate Republican Conference

David Dismukes, associate executive director and professor for the Center for Energy Studies at Louisiana State University,

Pulsipher Named to National Petroleum Council

Allan Pulsipher, Marathon Oil Company Professor of Energy Policy and executive director of the LSU Center for Energy Studies,